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Young sprinters break three national relay records

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Galway City Harriers claimed five titles at the National Juvenile Relay Championships, breaking three All-Ireland records in the process.

Ireland's first western - made in Galway

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AN KLONDIKE, the first western made in Ireland, filmed entirely in Galway and the west, by Galway the based Abú Media, closes this year's Galway Film Fleadh when it is screened on Sunday at the Town Hall Theatre at 8.30pm.

An Bronntanas director and cast Q&A in Clifden

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AN BRONNTANAS, the Celtic-Noir thriller shot in Connemara, and which was premiered at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh, is to receive a special screening and limited run in Clifden.

Five Irish premieres for Galway Film Fleadh

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NEXT MONTH’S Galway Film Fleadh will host the premieres of five new Irish films - Patrick’s Day, The Canal, Gold, A Nightingale Falling, and An Bronntanas.

Galway Film Fleadh reveals opening and closing films

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An Irish-language thriller shot in Connemara and a musical romantic-comedy from the director of Once, starring Keira Knightley, are the opening and closing films at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh.

Galway athletes smash thirty seven-year-old national record

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Craughwell athlete Maeve Curley delivered a performance of a lifetime to come home 10th from 24 finishers in the 21st European Junior Championships.

Galway youngsters set new record

The Galway City Harriers’ victory in the boys’ u-13 relay was one of the highlights at the National Indoor Championships in Nenagh at the weekend.

Translations at Oranmore Castle

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BRIAN FRIEL’S classic play Translations comes to the Galway Arts Festival next week in an innovative site-specific staging from Ouroboros Theatre Company at Oranmore Castle.

Friel’s masterpiece comes to Kilkenny Castle

Widely regarded as Brian Friel’s theatrical masterpiece Translations has compelled audiences the world over to consider the fundamental nature of language, its connection to culture and its relationship to power.

Owen McDonnell; back on the beat of The Lonesome West

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THE TOWN Hall’s autumn season gets underway in earnest next week with a high-profile production of Martin McDonagh’s brilliantly visceral comedy of sibling rivalry, The Lonesome West.

 

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